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to jack welch, one of the all time-great c c c c c ceos. he was tweeting about the economy adding 114,000 jobs last month and the jobless rate falling three-tenths of a point to 7.8%. that would be the lowest since president obama took office. here's how president obama reacted to the economic news. >> today's news should give us some encouragement. it shouldn't be an excuse for the other side to try to talk down the economy just to try to score a few political points. it's a reminder that this country has come too far to turn back now. >> president obama on the campaign trail today. now here's what mitt romney said. >> the unemployment rate, as you noted this year, has come down very, very slowly, but it's come down nonetheless. the reason it's come down this year is primarily due to the fact that more and more people have just stopped looking for work. >> he went on to say the country can do better, which is about what you would expect him to say, same as you would expect president obama to say what he said. that's the way the two sides do it, year in, year out, campaign after campa
on the right track. >> secretary reish -- >> if i could just say one thing before we go to the economy, i think it's much more dangerous in terms of public opinion to jump to conclusions. to say, for example, there are weapons of mass destruction in a country where it turns out there are not weapons of mass destruction, i think again, you want to be very careful before you cast blame and you label people terrorists. i think the administration has been enormously responsible. the easiest -- >> you also don't want to downplay it and say it was attributed to a video when that clearly wasn't the case and they were overtaken by facts. >> let's move on to the economic front. secretary reish, the obama campaign has been making some very specific claims about how mitt romney's tax plan would affect the middle class. the governor can fight back by offering evidence the claims aren't true. do you think they have done enough to actually offer specifics, and do you think he's going to have to do that at the debate? >> i think he's going to have to offer specifics at some time, anderson. i mean, look, there
'm involved in this economy in a very deep way right now in lots of businesses, and this economy is not growing, i guarantee you, at 5%. >> they say a number of these workers are seasonal numbers and maybe work for smaller companies that aren't really tracked in the way the bls tracks these numbers, and so maybe it's small jobs here and there. >> maybe, but let's face it. the number that came out today from the household survey was the highest number since june of '83. >> but what evidence -- >> i have no evidence. >> you don't have any evidence. it's one thing to doubt the numbers and say they should be revised. you said, these chicago guys will do anything. >> last night i had a question mark. >> you wish it was, will these chicago guys -- okay. so you don't really stand by the notion -- >> i stand by it. i stand by these numbers should be examined. >> but do you stand by these chicago guys will do anything? >> i'm not going to change my tweet. i'm not accusing anybody of anything. >> but you say these chicago guys will do anything. >> you see they called romney a liar for the
to the right? it's the economy, stupid. you're running against a president with 8% unemployment and 1.3% gdp growth. i can't imagine why you would talk about anything else, especially race, which this president i think has done a wonderful job of leading us on. >> eric, why a speech from 2007 being released now, tonight? is it anything other than politics or why do you think it's significant? >> well, i think there's an expression of frustration on the right, among a lot of people who feel like major members of the media have spent a lot of time vetting republicans in a way they never did about barack obama, including this and from what i'm being told tonight, there's actually a portion of this that we haven't seen, and i think it feeds into a perception on the right that the media hasn't really vetted barack obama as they have republicans, and that you have the democratic national committee tonight already sending out press releases of reporters' reactions being dismissive of this. there's a huge perception on the right that the media has behaved badly in this campaign, whether members of t
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, economy, jobs and trade, and frankly a lot of moral and cultural issues didn't get discussed last night but i'm sure will be, but it's really about two stark choices for very different futures for america. >> cornell, do you agree with that, that it was the most substantive debate you've seen? >> if you're in a fantasy land, because here, you've got a guy who put out a $5 trillion tax plan and all of a sudden, he disavowed that. you've got a guy who put together a health care plan in massachusetts that we sort of modeled our health care plan off, but all of a sudden, that's fantasy. what you had last night was one of the most clearly blatantly dishonest performances by someone running for the presidency of the united states i think we have ever seen in modern time. >> cornell, appreciate it. ralph, thank you very much. >> thank you. >>> coming up, body language speaks volumes in a presidential debate. i'm often skeptical about this sort of thing but we have a fascinating look at the body language from last night. a gesture, expression, how it can help or hurt a candidate. just had a har
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